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  • Volga derail Lokomotiv
    Lokomotiv Moscow will go to winter break in low spirits after suffering an unexpected 1-0 loss to visiting Volga Nizhny Novgorod.
  • Lokomotiv slow down Anzhi pace
    Lokomotiv and Anzhi proved a match for each other as the two sides finished a dramatic 1-1 Premier League game in Moscow.
  • CSKA bite into top spot in Russian Premier League
    CSKA’s stunning win over battling nine-man city rivals Lokomotiv Moscow has returned the Army Men to the top of the Russian Premier League standings, though Anzhi are still hot on their heels.
  • Ten-man Anzhi move on in Russian Cup
    Anzhi Makhachkala progress to the Russian Cup quarterfinals after the ten-man squad came from behind against visiting Krylia Sovetov to win 2-1.
  • Kuban take 3 points from Moscow
    Kuban Krasnodar prevented Lokomotiv Moscow from joining Anzhi on top of the Russian Premier League by collecting a 1-0 win away in the capital.
  • Rubin fail to defend Russian Cup title
    Second-tier side Yenisey Krasnoyarsk have stunned the holders and two times former Russian Champions Rubin, to go through to the Last 16 of the Russian Cup. Meanwhile, Moscow derby between Torpedo and Dynamo was marred by major unrest.
  • Hulk opens Zenit scoring account (VIDEO)
    Zenit’s super-signing, Hulk, took three games to score his first goal for the defending Russian Premier League champions.
  • Lokomotiv edge out ten-man Rubin (VIDEO)
    Lokomotiv Moscow caught up with second-placed Zenit St. Petersburg with their 1-0 win against the ten-man Rubin Kazan squad on Day 8 of the Russian Football Premier League.
  • Malkin and Kovalchuk raise money for families of Lokomotiv Yaroslavl players
    This week Lokomotiv Yaroslavl will play their first KHL game since the plane crash which killed the entire team a year ago. Evgeny Malkin and Ilya Kovalchuk have organized an event aimed to commemorate the players and support their families.